For the past month, the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office has been trying to find out what happened to a 24-year-old Sisters man on the night of April 18 in the 100 block of N. Tamarack Street.

That night, there was a gathering at a residence on the block. The next morning, deputies were dispatched to contact the Sisters man, who was found at his residence in the adjacent home. According to Sgt. William Bailey, the young man had significant, non-life-threatening “injuries consistent with being assaulted.”

Investigating deputies learned about the social gathering and found that sometime after 11 p.m. participants of the gathering started to disperse from the residence where the gathering occurred. According to the sheriff’s office, evidence indicated that the young man was assaulted in the driveway where the gathering occurred.

“Deputies have been actively investigating this assault case and interviewing all known witnesses since it was reported to us,” Sgt. Bailey reported.

Bailey told The Nugget that investigators have exhausted their current leads and need public assistance in getting to the bottom of the incident.

“We’re looking at all possibilities,” he said. “We want to get the whole story.”

Investigators are asking any additional witnesses or anyone with information about this incident to come forward and speak to a deputy by calling non-emergency dispatch at 541-693-6911, reference case 19-123753.